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The Shrunken City (1998)

Two teen-aged kids discover a miniature bottled city buried beneath a construction site. They must protect the tiny civilization within from reptilian alien hunters after its everlasting power supply.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Michael Malota ...
George
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Lori
Jules Mandel ...
Prime
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Ood Leader
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Lieutenant Morgan
Dorina Lazar ...
Ramona
Christopher Landry ...
Sergeant Bobby
Lula Malota ...
George's Mom
Andreea Macelaru ...
Lori's Mom
Ion Haiduc ...
Truck Driver
Mihai Baranga ...
Ood Soldier
Silviu Biris ...
Ood Soldier
Florin Kevorkian ...
Ood Soldier (as Florin Chevorchian)
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Ood Soldier
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Mr. Manilo
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Two teen-aged kids discover a miniature bottled city buried beneath a construction site. They must protect the tiny civilization within from reptilian alien hunters after its everlasting power supply.

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Two young heroes. One tiny city! See more »

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Adventure | Sci-Fi

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Rated PG for fantasy action violence | See all certifications »
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16 June 1998 (USA)  »

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Shandar - The Shrunken City!  »

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Production of the film actually dates back to 1986 when it was originally set to be filmed by producer Charles Band's previous studio Empire Pictures as "Micropolis." It later resurfaced in 1993 when Band announced that it was currently in pre-production from his earlier children's film label, Moonbeam Entertainment. See more »

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Referenced in Deformed Monsters (1997) See more »

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cool movie for kids
3 October 2000 | by (germany south) – See all my reviews

i have seen this movie today and i liked it, but i think it's more for kids. the girl Agnes Bruckner can make cool faces but personally i think she overuses this feature of herself sometimes. this might of course be a fault of the director. anyway nice to see, i enjoyed it very much. thanks for this movie.


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